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Debtor and Debtors in Possession DEA Brothers Sisters Files a Lawsuit Against A&G Enterprises For Alleged “Breach of Contract” & “Removal of Tax Liens”

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December 8, 2021, Central District of California – Debtor and Debtors in Possession DEA Brothers Sisters LLC commences a lawsuit against A&G Enterprises, LLC and its two managing members, Ignacio Gonzalez and Ana Gladis Huezo, seeking damages for alleged breach of contract.

DEA argues that A&G allegedly breached a purchase agreement and escrow instructions by failing to pay IRS and Franchise Tax Board (FTB) liabilities on a property DEA bought from A&G. DEA contends that A&G and its members are allegedly “responsible for paying the ITS and FTB tax liabilities” under the purchase agreement.

Accordingly, DEA seeks a judgment determining and declaring that IRS and FTB tax liabilities are liabilities of A&G and its members and must be paid by them. DEA also seeks avoidance and removal of IRS and FTB tax liens. Alternatively, DEA contends that if any of these tax liens become secured lien by any Court order, A&G must pay the total amount of tax liens’ secured interest. Additionally, DEA argues that if the tax liens remain unsecured, A&G must pay the total amount of any monies provided to be paid to these liens pursuant to the Chapter 11 plan.

In re DEA Brothers Sisters, LLC, Case No. 8:21-AP-01107-ES

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